Los Cabos, Mexico
Situated at the tip of the Baja Peninsula between the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean lies the most upscale resort in Mexico……Los Cabos.
With its stunning beaches, azure Pacific surf and luxury retreats and resorts make it a favourite destination of the Hollywood elite.
The Los Cabos region is renowned for being a key whale-watching spot and it’s a must-do activity for clients traveling to the Baja Peninsula. During winter, migrating grey whales end their epic journey from the Arctic in Baja’s Pacific lagoons – a journey of about 5,000 miles. The Cabo Pulmo National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site is a treasure of Baja California, Sur, while Cabo Pulmo Marine Reserve has won awards for its biodiversity.
The Baja Coast is renowned for its sport-fishing and premier golf courses, and travellers can take part in activities ranging from snorkelling and sailing to scuba diving and desert excursions, all complemented by luxury accommodations.
Los Cabos has also become a desirable location for weddings. From a beautiful ocean-front ceremony overlooking the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas to a sophisticated soiree on the terrace of a luxury resort, Los Cabos offers a multitude of stunning locations to exchange vows.
For a bit of a change take the empty desert road north to discover authentic Baja: from the magical town of Todos Santos with its friendly locals and rich culinary traditions to Loreto with its centuries old Jesuit Mission and blue whale migration.
The charming town of La Paz serves as a departure point for Espiritu Santo Islands. Akin to the Galapagos Islands, wildlife enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the opportunity to swim with the giant whale sharks and playful sea lions.
Visitors are rewarded with an experience so rich and authentic in Mexican culture and nature, that you won’t help but wonder how Baja California has remained so wonderfully unspoilt.